Extractions or oral surgery is a standard treatment that is usually fairly straightforward. Treatment of this kind is performed carefully by a specially trained professional, so you can return to eating, drinking and smiling without worry.
You might have tooth decay or an impacted wisdom tooth causing you pain; this is when oral surgery might be the best option for you. If you’re anxious, you can be offered sedation as well as an anaesthetic to get you through your treatment.
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Here at Bentley Mathieson, we have the best equipment, environment and highly trained staff to perform such procedures. You should never attempt to remove your tooth.
Thanks to our highly trained staff’s experience, you needn’t suffer through the pain you may be in any longer.
Aftercare is minimal, and you can take over-the-counter painkillers to help with any discomfort, and our friendly team is always here to offer advice.
For more information on this treatment, call us on 01429 221 353 or Contact Us.
Prices can vary depending on different aspects of your case. You should contact our team today to find out what the best treatments options are for you.
Pretty much anyone who needs a tooth extraction can have it done and can benefit from the results. You should contact our practice to arrange a consultation with us and find out how eligible you are.
Your tooth extraction won’t hurt during the procedure, but you might feel a little discomfort after the treatment. You can stem the pain with over the counter painkillers.
We’ll make sure you’re comfortable and have had the necessary amount of anaesthetic so your tooth extraction won’t hurt during the procedure. Still, you might feel a little discomfort after the treatment. You can stem the pain with over the counter painkillers.
You should only be considering tooth extraction once you’ve spoken to a professional who can offer you a comprehensive treatment plan after a thorough assessment of your smile. Never attempt to remove a tooth yourself.
You should rest up for at least 48-72 hours after tooth extraction. The treatment area needs time to clot, so you should just try to relax for a day or two after surgery. You definitely should not undertake any physical exercise. You can probably return to normal daily activities after around 72 hours, depending on the intensity of your surgery.
You should eat anything solid for 24 hours after your tooth extraction. Only try to eat soft foods to give your smile the best chance at healing.
After around 7-10 days, your gums will have begun to heal, and the opening left behind should have started to close. You shouldn’t still be experiencing any swelling or pain at this point, so if this is the case, you should give us a call, and we can check up on your progress and see what we can do to alleviate your pain.
The only complication you should be concerned about is the dry socket. A dry socket occurs when the blood clot doesn’t form at the extraction site when it should. You can avoid the discomfort of a dry socket with antiseptic medications, antibacterial mouthwashes and other things prescribed to you by your doctor or us.